Axminster Bench Clamp

Code: 200232

Axminster Bench Clamp

Code: 200232

£23.60 (£19.67 Ex. VAT)

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Features

Key Features

  • Serrations on stem and collar for quick height adjustment
  • Screw gives final clamping pressure
  • 175mm maximum timber height
  • Spare collars for alternative clamp positions

In Detail

A new version of the traditional screw-adjustable bench clamp with 175mm maximum capacity. The stem of the clamp has serrations for quick height adjustment within the collar and the screw is used to apply the final pressure. The collar is recessed flush with the bench top and there are spare collars available for alternative clamp positions. Can also be mounted on the leg of the bench for clamping long boards against the bench whilst planing.

Reviews (4)

Reviews (4)

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Richard Harvey

11 June 2014

Good enough

This is an approximate copy of the old Marples unit, but it is not nearly as nicely made. The 'hinge' is a roll-pin. On mine, this is neither long enough nor tight enough, and falls out, so has been replaced with a nut and bolt. Otherwise, it is very simple and it works.
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Greg Ducker

17 October 2013

good...but

took a while to fit, a bit of time to get the hang of, one turn before the work was tight and the bolts stripped their thread. If you buy this clamp you will need some decent bolts, not expensive just not really cheap like those supplied.
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Stephen Dooley

28 April 2013

Good Tool

Good tool and does what you expect. Only niggle is that while the collar supplied with the tool correctly has three countersunk bolts to fix it, the extra collar bought as an accessory has cheese-headed bolts, which, if you were to use them, would stick up above the surface of the bench and cause damage.
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Mr Barrie Smith

23 February 2009

excellent

First class tool for very awkward clamping

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